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THE DAILY CAIRO BIM.ETTN
CA1BU. ILLINOIS, SUNDAV MORNINW, JANUARY 27. I8BL
SI ok Headache,
Imparity of the
Blood, Fever and
A sue, Malaria,
aud ell DImmn
earned by De-
Maujeaaent of liver, Bowel tod Kidneys.
TMPTOMs Or A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath; Pain in tht Side, sometimes the
Siin It fell under tht Shoulder-blade, mistake fer
heunatism; (eneral lott of appetite; Bovtle
Soarally costive, tmoetimes alternating with la;
i head it troubled with pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable lost of memory, accompanied
with a painful actuation of leaving undone something
hich ought to have been doue; a (light, dry cough
and llualied face is sometimes an attendant, often
talttaltea for consumption; the patient complaint)
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensatieo
of the akin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that eierciM would be bene
tcial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in tact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but case
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
aaaaination afar death has shown the Liver to
have been cxteasivdy deranged.
It should be used by Mil persona, old and.
foanf , whenever any of tht above
Persona Traveling or Living In 17a
healthy Localities, by taking a dot occasion
ally so keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
. al Malaria, Bilious attacks, Dlttiness, Nau
' sea. Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It
will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no la
If Ton have oaten anything hard el
dlgeetlon, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
lose at night, take a dote and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Bill will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
la the Bouse I
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
sale purgative, alterative and tonie caa
ever be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with but loess or
IT U PURELY VEGETABLE,
And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel at
Quinine, without any of the injurio'a after affects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons liver Regulator hat been in use In my
(smilv for some time, and I am satiified it it a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Skostir, Governor of Aku
Hon. Aleiander H. Stephens, of fle..
says; Have derived tome benefit Irom the use at
Simmons Liver Regulator, and with to give il a
MThe only Thing that never rails to
' Believe." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Mls
aetata to Georgia for it, and would send further nr
sack a medicine, and would advise all who are sis
Oarly affected to give it a trial as il seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jannsv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. If. Mason sarat From actual ex.
I ta tne use of Simmons Uver Regulator ie
y practice I have been and am attuned to i
saa pretense It as a purgative medicine.
tgyTake ohly the Genuine, which always
ass ea the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
sad Signature of J. H. ZEILIN A CO.
fOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
The Famous Original
Madisxm Square Theatre Co ,
with the Greatest Cast that has Tt seen In
this city appears In
"HAZKL. KIR KB,"
eaFeb.Tth. Farther pertlcnlars in a few dsn,
W. W. RANDALL, Agent.
CAIBO OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY and ) T?rtV,r 1 ir
J JL'CUJ X ' UU- aWe
Saturday Matiaoe. vi j
-; J - 'If
fZagsgtraeDt of the Charming Little Comedy
v Qaeen, Miss j
supported by the Popular Comedy,
Misted by the Tsmone Chicago Silver Band and
t ' The Fsrclcal Comedy In Fonr Aeti, entitled
"Wanted a Husband!"
The Laughable Society Comedy
The Sensational Comedy
All of the shove named comedians were written
for Miss Goodrich sad produced only by this com
pany. la's of seats comaaencs Wednesday mora.
In. tt Rader'a Admission 71 and 10 inclodlns re-
eerveOeate. Sailer; Sacentt.
The Begnlar Cairo ft Paducah Daily
8tr. OUS FOWLER.
HBJRT . TAYLOR, Muter.
0H0RQ1 JOBIb, Clerk.
Leaves Pedaeah for Cairo dally ("nod ere except
ed) at a. m , and Monad City at 1 p. at. Return.
lag. leevee Cairo st 4 p. m. Monad City at S p m .
". FLOUR, GRAII AID HAT
Egyptian Floiiring Mil Is
ttxhrt Otk PriM Psid for Wkftvi.
If ' ' .
Republlosni.lollSt, Louis Enjoying a
Tste) rarty Ste-einlted mm tea tide a...
WUU ike Karkera aad eXtre
Heavala te the Hear.
8t. Louis, Jan. 16. That there basheen
matter-hand at tbe belm of affair iu ibe
Republican ranks In tbli olty Is clearlv
shown by the outoome of lbs long and
acrimonious factional aht whloh bat Just
been bapplly oonoluded by a eettlement of
all dlfferencei and a oloier cementing of all
tbe element! tbao hu been wltneisod for
Those who were Impatient of de
lay In tbe adoption of tbe
bawli of agreement, are now satisfied that
to "make haute sluwly" In tbli matter was
good policy, alnce tbe prolonged and un
tiring f fforts to Induoe tbe handful of dis
appointed offlue-seekeri to oome Into the
movement, and tbe more than goneroui
ooiioetHlons and orerturea made to and re
jected by tbem, have olrarly shown up the
animus of their opposition In IU supreme
aelflshaesa, and resulted la tlielr entire lso
lation from all who love the party and seek
its be-st Interest.
' At beat tbe ten ability of tbe ground
upon which tbey stood baa
a ways been qucitlonsd by those who
bones'ly went into tbe movement for tbe
onrreotion of evili real or Imaginary) and
the reKularity of the old eommittni but
ever been doubted. But since the self
eonitltuted leaden of the alleged effort te
relieve tbe party of bmilim, have shown
that their real objeet wai not to get rid of,
but to change bosies, to substitute brass
for brains, blusier for builneni, snd obi
canery snd political clap trap for honest
efforts to advanoe the interest of tbe par
ty, tbe remnant of the movement, too will
fully blind to act tbe ruoki ahead and too
bf ailitronK to beed them, are left alone In
tbe linking boat, while tbelrlate companion!
having rttoined the old guard wbloh never
deserts the iblp, are rejoicing1 that the day
of dimension and dliaster are over,
Notwithstanding the miirepreseatatloui
of some and entire auppreaslen of other
facta, by tbe Olobe-Demoorat and Ite
teveuieen follower!, the people have been
made aware that negotiations, looking to
settlement of all dlfferenoea within tbe
ranks of tbe party bare been prouresslnic
for 10m lime between tlx committee of
Twrntyelgbt appointed for that purpose by
tbe Silk Stocking city convention and tbe
old olty committee regularly chosen by tbe
wbole party under the lawi of tbe Slate
and pursuant to an order of a former regu
larly oalled olty oonveotton.
Tbess negottatloni baft been delayed to
give all an opportunity te fully understand
tbe situation that tbe finally recalcitrant
might be left without exouee or ground to
tend upon, but wire Anally oonoluded by
tbe action of the 811k Stocking Committee
of Twenty-e'ght, at tbelr meeting yester
day, by tbe unanimous adoption of tbe
baali of lettlement heretofore accepted by
their own and the Filler iub-oommttteM,
and by tbe latter olty committee without a
dissenting voice, and of so exhaustive re
port, tbe reading of which occupied
an hour and three-quarters, siring a
full, fair and comprehensive history of the
factional strife and plaolng the responsibili
ty where It belongi. r
The meeting of the committee vu a very
full one twenty-five members being pres
ent, all of whom voted for and signed the
report, amid tbe greatest enthusiasm. A
resolution was also adopted to tend a copy
of tbe report and action to the Bepublleaa
National and to the State, elatrlct and olty
committees. " ' ' "
Tbe committee adjourned with eheera
and biih glee that now there was no furth
er cause for division In tba Republi
can party and through Joint actiou
there waa reason to believe that the city
ticket and teveral Congressional districts
oould be carried next fall.
STATE PAPER MIIM1KO.
A Matter ef Intereet
te Jew la
Cincinnati, 0., Ju. 8t). There has
been mucn comment recently in Hebrew
circles here at tbe discovery made by s dls
tloRUlsbeJ member of tba Hebrew faith of
tbli oiU In examining tba ra porta ef tbe
State Department for the last year. It . la
learned that, during tba Administration of
Garfield, Secretary Blaine aant a vary
energetlo dlepatea to tba United Statea
MlnUter at St. Petersburg, protesting
against tbe treatment wbleb tome Amerl
cam of the Jewish faith bad received la
Butsla. . Mr. Blaine Instruoted our Minis
ter, Mr. Foster, that however the Govern
ment of B'jssla might discriminate among
Its own aubleoia on soconntof differences In
religious faith, tba Untied Statea oould not
aubmit to any luoh dleorimluatloo
against American citiseoi. At tba aame
time Mr. Blaine addreiiad a dispatch to the
Kngllab Government proposing a Joint no
tion for an amelioration of the Jawa from
unjust dlsabllitlea from which they ware
eufferlag In parti of Europe. These die
patchn pleased President Garfield ao wall
that be caused tbem to be sent to tome rep
resentative men of tbe Jewish Society In
Cincinnati and elsewhere. These promi
nent Hebtewa have been greatly surprised
not to find tbese dlipatobea snd letters pub
llsbed In the volume of diplomatic corres
pondence issued by Mr. Frelingbuyseo af
ter Mr. Blaine left tbe State Department,
and tbeie mem bars of the Jewish faith
think that tbey mutt have bean purpoaaly
suppressed, aa tbe policy outlined la tboae
ooumunicattona Baa not neon .rouowea by
the preeent Admlniitratlon.
THE 0BVEKLET SEABCH.
A Xew man of Procedare Prepcied ky
mm Old Wkaler,
Wabuinoton, Jan. M. Capt. Cash,
an old whaler from New England, la hero
for the purpose of getting the Prealdant to
offer a reward of $30,000 to any wbalar who
will go to the relief ol G eeley and bit par
ly and bring tbem here. He saye If the
Government offers tbli reward It will cauie
a number of whalers to go In search of
Greeley, snd that the probabilities are that
one of them will find the party and return
tbem to this oountry before any of the
ablpa ordered by Oongreii can be built.
and before say of the proposed Government
expeditions ess be rigged out. He wsata
the reward fixed ae that nothing will be paid
save Is oaae of auocaaa.Hti sesame seems to
have the ladonemsst ef all te whom as has
explained It, sad the indication sis the
President will sdopt It,
A WsiarlavaeU Make.
Caibo, III., Jan. W. Tbe wbarfbest at
Colnmbus, Ky., sunk, pens, be raises) M
the atUtantli taade lmifasjll(t
WaSHINOTok, Jan. M.Ths signal sta
tloit at Waabwooila, K, 0., reports tbS
large three-maiud aobooaer, Albert O.
Paige, of 178 loua burden, from Charleston
to N"W York," with a orew of seven msO,
and loaded with phosphate rook, itranded
at day-break two mllsi north of Dam
Neck station, Va. The sea at tbe lime waa
heavy aud tbe tide high, but tbe w.tiher
was fair and tbe wlud brisk from the north.
Tbe cause of the wreck was mining of tht
teyi. All were saved.
Cincinnati,.. Jan. S. Rnporta from
fifty towna in ibis state tav that extremely
cold weather has been prevailing the p"l
forty-eight hours, the thermometer rang
ing from ten to thirty dgrers below zero.
Kiult men complain that tbe cherry, peaob,
and early apple trees are killed. Farmer
report great suffurlng among the stock.
Several car-loads were frosoo to dcatii neat
Newark. - .
The CheeteNr Butte Dlaaeter.
CniCAtin, Jan. M. Forty bodies havi
been broutrht up from tbe Cheater Butte
mine. Ail hre laid out in tbe hlsckmltn
shop. To inquest opens Saturday even
ing. FKty-nlne coffins are on tbu way to
the mine, Tue exuiietneut bits subsided,
and ail faari of violation are at end.
' MBS. VAVE ON IIEB NVSl'LE.
The Dlvaree Caae Leada le a Miua
iteisal Mtreet keeae.
ST. Joskph, Mo., Jan. 20, A sensa
tional seeno was enacted In tbe Nave di
vorce cae. Ai the old gentleman turned
nut of tbe court room, Mri. Nave up, took
hs arm Very lovingly, and tbey were walk
ing away when Sam aud William Nava ap
peared. Tbey undertook to take their
father away when Mil. Nave letginto them
declaring herself to be a nloo, booest,
vinuout woman;tbat the old man loved
nert and that tbey wore going to live to
gether. 8he gave the two boy a a tongue
lashing they wont aoon forget. The loone
created an tntonie isolation, drew a very
large crowd, aod ie tbe talk of the town.
The court room waa crowded. Tbe aooi
finally acoompliiihHd their purpois separ
ating the old Couple, but only after a
A Middle Aged Woman Ohsngei Her Sex
and lUrries Ear Lad Friend.
The Meat Heaaarkable Caae al Hex.
Itevelopiaeat aa Reeorrt-Tke
Heeait e J a anra-ieal
Wi.vcHSTBS, Ta., Jan. M. One of the
best known lailles of tbe Shenandoah Val
ley baa turned out to be a man. Mitt
Elisabeth Ribeooa Payne, dau(bter of the
late Joseph Payne, who lived seven miles
from here, and who for 88 yean has ap
peared is a woman, suddenly startled J at.
P. Riley, Clerk of tba County Court here,,
bygipplylng (or a Duenna to marry a Mine
HlnloD, who bad resided lu tbe Payne
family a )"aetio. Toe lady w bo 11 rod
the bean ot Mi- Payne with auoh pulsion
as to onmml biru to throw off tbe babltof
a tlffttim aii'l doclirn hii teg. It 4)
yoais ild ami prcyiMcisin?. Tbe atrane
(fail in .i'i-d a il'dded aeuigtlos in tne
8betnnilfiJ .; Vjlley and not.h(ntf else 1
taikei! '..'. V.'jue is aald t7,ve sp
peered ii ib a not d a female "and was
brought up ai such. No ono ever ques
tioned bta sex, and Ms own avowal nf
mascnliutty atlonisbed tbe oommunity.
Elisabeth Rebaeca Payne was one of a fam
ily of ire or tlx daughters. He wai brought
up aa s woman and wan admitted Into tbe.
beat society In eotnp.iny wltn other mem
ber! of tbe family. He waa always re
garded as a
SiiMCWBAT atASCPLINaf GIRL,
but no one ever auipected be waa a man.
He was a most graoeful and daablni( borse
rider and always challenged general ad
miration as he frequently rode loio Win
chester with bis bault and somewhat long
hair trailing In the wind. In addition to
good birth and Inherited acrei be developed
remarkable bunneis talent forewoman.
!t-veret In tbe family fortune rendered It
necessary for lotue one to put a iboulder
to ibe wheal. Hla filters were tils
tlnvuiihed for tbelr culture and per
sonal ebarma and aevoral ot tbem
murried prominent gentleman. Mlti He
be oca Payne devoted blmieltto tbe manage
ment of a farm and to the mpervUlon of a
tore, which be bad established at B -at,
a here he alio held tbe appointment ot
p Mttroif)reu. He also dealt In cattle snd
ree and became aa expert In that way.
Al hla enterprise! proipered and ha bai
quired oonaiderable wealth. Determin
ing to marry he threw off bla drauei and
applied for s license from the court at
Wlucbeiter, but tbe aitonlsbed elerk who,
like everybody else, knew blm as a woman,
declined to lnue s license for a woman to
marry s woman. When Payne
rROVKD HIS RKAL SIX
by produolngtbe oertlfloate of Dr. H. W.
Magulre, of Winchester, s license wai still
refused, on tbe ground tbat Virginia law
oompeli a man to huve given-names, which
bow fall sex before ha eait act aa a man In
Ibe eye of tbe law. Payne then determined
to hare bla name changed at the March term
of tbe Circuit court, whloh will meet on
tbe let prox. In the explanation furnished,
Mies Payne laid there had never been any
occasion to doubt tbe (euluity until about
a fortnight since, wbea being led to ylilt
Dra.McGutre and Love stWluobeatar, tbese
gentlemen performed s simple snd peril
ous operation snd announced to tbelr pa
tient that there oould be ao doubt as to bli
perfect massullolty. Dr. MoQuIre li
widely known at s skillful surgeon, and
Dr. Love, tbe other practitioner, It a son-in-law
of Cbas. J. Faulkner, aud a highly
esteemed physician and gentleman. Ml'
Payne snd Mill Hlnton bays not only been
associated together In builnese, but bave
lived together for yesri In tbe closest social
Intimacy, working, eating and sleep
ing together . without tbe aligbteit
lutpicion tbat tbey belonged to op
posite aexee. Some Indignation was at
first eipr essed among their neighbor! over
the preient discovery. One preacher In
tbe neighborhood, . who recently invited
Mill Payne to sleep wlih hla wife during s
visit, icoldi to-day oomldersbly becaue
bis Invitation was seoepted, but on further
understanding of the matter be became
MARRIED AT MARTI iCSBTJRO.
Martin'siuro, W. Vs.. Jan. M.-MUi
Payne and tt lae fllntou, were married in
Ibe Southern Muhodlit . Congregation
Church of this a,ualnt old lows. Tbe
minister who performed tbe ceremony was
a former chaplain efQeu. "Job" Stuart's
Confederals eatsltf s4tsaeat.
A BIG TMNG 0i ICI).
A Norwogian Shows tbe Mew Yorkc i
How to Ok ate.
A eel Paalsea Wine lite Teu-Htlr. Ram
the t'weteat Time ea Eerttrel.
Nkw Vurk, .I.iii. 'Jrt.-Tlie fall nlih
meroury afivr tbu rtln of Tlnirslnv. in. I"
splendid ice yriicriluy around tbe city and
tbe cold wive wis felt more In IliimMyii
last nlif lit, when (lie Norwegian Mitmplnn,
Axel I'uulsoo, won (he ton-mile ism for
tbe International hkatlng C'bauuiontlili,
It wits clillly weather for the Xuw YoiKxin
who plnued the uulil dollars on the ir cham
pion, Uoorgn D. Phillip. For week
past tbe ipurtlng wnrld hat been excited
ovci'the event, and when the I ion was
Hariod on tbe ice at Washington Park,
Rronklyu, ibortly after 8 o'oluuk lait
night, uhuut 4,000 people wore In al
ton dance. Tin y were cold but en
IbuslHstlu; Tbe ooune was laid out In
Hie afternoon around the margin oitbe
rink and wt our-qnarter of a tulie around,
fni ty circuits belli g tiecesxary to coiuileie
the distance. Tbe ri,l fur the first man
was a gold medal worm $100; second ami
third, medsla of silver and a special reonfd
medul was lo be given. Tbo offluiali wi re
W. B. Curtu, refeme, O. A. Avury, Ed
ward riuuinier aud J, P. Douubue, tliuo
keepers. The patrol Jiidgei were 11,
Buermeyer, L. E. Meyers aud G. A. WnU
ton. The scoring waa done by members of
the Amorleau Atblellc Club. Eighteen
onmputitois started as follows; R. A. E
liott, Montreal; Axel Paulsen, Nor
way! Uoo. D. Plilllipi, Now York;
11. B. OoetHoblPa, Uobokent C.
Pfaff, Jr.. N w York C. lluCorraluk,
Si, Jolina, N. H.i C. A. J. Uueokberner,
M. U'Urion, W. ii. Ilrokaw, S. J. Mont
gomery, New York; K, Fmmmel, H.iln
knn, A. Cuarubera, London, Onl.i Miles
Ultniteail, Tarrytown; S. D. Lee, New
York; E. Farrell, Brooklyn: C. Bern
mi in, Loudon, Kuuland; C. Xcii, Brook
lyn; A. 8. Franklin, Norway. The men
were all attired In costuinea of tlght-thilng
):inkete and kneo-bremdiea, auti their cul
k VAHIBI) AM I UK tJOMI'KTIIUKA
rin n iiiierniH. Wiivi the men jaili
'id lit the sltuilng pidlik, pi'i'ir
i v in dilntf on iheli jdir nev, i hey
"i uiiyi'd by lo nii'l i'miurH(ed
mi nd-, and tne. Mir whs tt . 1 miiIi oi
- in b-t inonei on inr nun HI' (he ii. in i,
.j'i iviis h favnnli- ullli the fni.cv, ivlin
; -v- Iti-H m iliiHt lh" (Mil in ml'ln
,inv in .n iii the iici, bniriiig K l'i I,
j Iiiiii np iii liy ten home iliM-Inn
ill .rona, Ull'lli) v , lilminilv uii.
il ul I'Vi'll lll'l nil' il'illllM Mill N .
-' I M l1. Phiiini'ii, tin- NorwegiiM, )
' "iVlil bill n ; in- nf. it'l l Ui. Din i n il tiMM'
ii.lfle bet of tflb, nn'h It is laid hl I !'. ,
i' in ide flu oi in pit by . 'I'mti hu v;i
ut fiivniiir, cmii.ii bo undei'si'i ul, t ,
aiilllty WHh kiln" ii i" tie .ut v rtriukivu
sports, wlio, liuwovei'. i i .i t line niul
hi ad tbey desired l do ao ibtv ciiid
liuve won a "lmr'1 nf nioiii y," as m in .
went betivlug on Elliott mid I'hlllln. 1 1
rani needs but lltm de.nr pliou. IVtilisnii.
who Wat In the front runk of Hie lot. wu
lo the frooi at onoe, and was ii' ver hesdnrl.
UeikaUtd low down, and with a bK,
I winging stroke tbat curried blm awilnv
over tbe ion. ' Kanb glide wus abut twelve
tool in lenity. Although the wlud t
blowing strongly against tbe uiutt half ilia
olroult of eaob lap, It he I pod tbem on the
back streioh, and to eqnadsed mailers Itt
tuine extent.. Paulsen skauid easily and
swiftly, and tbotib every stroke eauiod
(be gap between blm and bia competitor
to grow larger he ovtr flagged,
snd pulled up fresh, without having
been puabod in tbe race. Juit as be
completed hie five anil a balf miles he
LiPPKI) PHILLIPS AND Bl. LIOTT,
and passed them as tiioub tbey were
Handing nlll. He went gradually . ahead,
and at tbe end of the race was nearly two
lpi ahead of the New Yorker and Ellloit.
He uumbled and fell Just before Untuning
five and three-quarter mllei, but was not
hurt, and quickly regained bit feet, He
look up tbe records Just after going balf
a mile, and from tint point to tbe finish
bla time Is now the beat on record. Piillllpi
and Edintl badjadliig-duug raoa of it all Ibe
way, but the man from Montreal beat
"Solder" bumit by foriy-elgnt-eooods.
PiJiff was fourth, Montgomery fifth, aud
L-emxth. Paulieu'i record by mllei Is sa
Milei. Min. Sec
E lloit'a time by mliei waa:
Puilllpi' time by miles:
9 87 84
10 42 58 1-6
Piuff, Montgomery and Lee alio beat tbe
best previous record of 48m. 68Ke.
Old Anal Bos Baraeel la Death.
Caiiio, III., Jan. 26. -Fire at midnight
letrnyi'd tlx tenem nt houses on the
tvee butween Twelfth and Fourteenth
itreeti, owued by Horace Hanson, John
McCarthy and Rose E lis, and occupied by
73 peopit). Lois, $8,000; Insurance, 11,000.
Old Aunt Rosa Smith af ter being taken out
ran back for a trunk and was buraed. She
wai an eooeutrlc old colored women wltb
some money In the bank.
Perjary aa Erakeaareaweal.
McLbansboro, III., Jan. 2fi. nenry
Winteri wai lodged In jail os two charge,
perjury sad inibexgtouicnt. Indictment!
were found against blm more than a year
ago, but he managed o elude tbe officers
until now, Hickman Talbert waa alio ar
retted on a charge of Illegal whisk y cell-
aralara Stake a Haak.
St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 26. C. H,
FooUs reildeaoe waa baislarised. A flat
geld watch sad attain, two rvereeate and
sons sssasp bdai taftok.
Biiehea ta aSeatk. .
(1.IMTON, Jan. M. light daya as at.
I,. Brnnkihtro was kloksd by s VMoui
mule. Tbe gentleman never regslned sew-
M lmiinrHS and died of bla Injurlei,
MCBDSa OB kVlclDBT
Jobueea'e klary af Ibe Blyaierleae
Crlase ffeas arlaasselel.
pkinosikld, Mo., Jan. W. -Charles
Jiilinson, the . young mas whe It charged
wltb murdering bla altpfalher, Jaa. Tur
tier, was brought to Springfield and plaeed
In Jail. Hare Clayton, a granddaughter of
tba murdered man, was takes to Marshall
fur safe-keeping as aa aeaessory. The
mother is about to be confined, and will
remain at home under s $5,000 bond. In sn
liitervl 'W Johnson laid the old man com
mitted sululdo. The prisoner waa bold
lug tnu door to keep blui out of the
room at the time, as be thought, wheu be
Imiked Iii and saw Turner take the gun
down, be wan going to ahoet bis grand-(UiiK-iiiiir.
A short time before lh" tragedy
'I tirucr, bis granddaughter (Sara t'raytnu)
und the irsinnr were In tbe rnoiu. Tbe
gramliluiigtitor obargod the old man with
Improper relation! Kith hli daughter
Mury, who died under lusplcloui olrcuin
stances a year airo. The prisoner said tbey
all went out of tbe room and Sara ran awaj
to tlio Iioudo of a oitlgobor, fearinv that her
griiudfulher wouid kill her. When the
shut was drml the prisoner aald hi opened
the door , and found Turner di ed, wltb a
rifl ' lying aurou hla bruutt. Johnson Ii,
nevertiielcai, geusraly b'iloved to hsre
Xtt lllril t'ONUBRtaV
WtunisoroM, Ju. Tbe House
Co'Quilttie ou Aooounta oonliuued tbelr
Invi-itigailou of the ohaigee against the
8ieuker and Doorkeeper of the Isat House.
Keifor waa again before the committee and
leliiii iiied tbiit hn did not dsraaod Ibe rei
li(iimlon of Tyion, itenorapber lo ib'
'i yann was put on Ibe stund aud again be
reltmated that be resigned the position up
on Hi" peremtory order nf Keifar ai Speak
er. Tbe question Ii one ef veracity be
tween the gentleman. The committee will
tuiiiiuon two more, wbiub ,ll Is believed
will corroborate Tyion. Il la Intnnded.tbat
ibe Investigation shall he Closed early nest
Hubert Harris, tbe new President of tbi
Northern Paoiflo, and Judge Oaf, (the at
torney of thai road, appeared before the
.senate Committee on Public Lands In op
position to the proposed forfeit-ire of lanni
rantd that road.
Washikotow, Jan. M. Hatoh, of
Maine, of the Committee on Ag rleutiure,
reported a bill to ornate a bureau ef animal
industry, to prevent the exportation ef
diseased cattle and lo provide aiialnattse
Importatlnu of pluro-pneutnonla, wbleb
wai ordered printed snd ricommlite.l.
Mr. F. W.. Uockwell, elecled u Rep
resentative from Maasaohutett to succeed
(lovarnnr rTJoblnsoB, eppeared and took the
oath of iifitue. '
Tue 11 hio went on tbe Committee ef tbe
Whole on the Fits John Porter bill.
Ray resumnd bis spseoh that wai inter
rupted by ailJournmmitH yesterday After
showing the liability of tbe oourt-martlat
which found Porter guilty and exp esalsg
the belief if Lincoln" bad elaapid me alias
sin's bullet biwoU'd bavereitored Porter,
lie went Into argum cut to (how thit .lt
was within tbe power of Congreia to set
uilde the verdict. , Ray closed bli ipeech
wltu a brilliant perorallon.ln wbloh be plo
lured tiie manballlng of tbe army la Ibe
bright future would, when there would be
Inn one voloe tbat refused to do Junlee to 'x
John Fils Porter. Tbat Voloe would be the
volet of Hen, Pope. ; , .
Tb.tiu.ia, of Illioois, opposed tbe bill,
denying thn rlxbt of Congreia, under tbe
vointiiitiiion, to overturn the Judgmentof
the com I -in i .t.iil I'T wbloh Porter wsa
A TRRKIBLK COLLISION.
j.n don, Jan. 26, Dlspatobei received
state tout a terrible collision bae occurred
off tbe Isle of Wight betwsun two Auetrs
llan clipper sbipa, the City of Lueknow,"
and "Tbe Simla." The former vnseel waa
homeward bound and tbe latter oa her way
to Sydney. Both veaseli sunk street Im
mediately. Only fifteen of the passengers
snd crew of both vends arc reported
laved. Ii la believed tbat the Ion of ilfe Is
great. Both veis'ili btd full ore wi aod ear
rted a number of panetiger.
London, Jan. 28. Tbe uboonir Luther
went to plecei on Ibe Welsh ouast lo s gale,
Four of tbe orew were drowned.
A DBTECTIVB ASSAasiNATRO.
Viknna. Jan. 26. Detective Bloeh,
going home from Florldidorf Thursday,
wai shot dead. The asmiln, apparsully
a working man, bai been iccured by tbe
police. A dynamite bomb, revolver end
poisoned digger were found wltb tbe
One cltlxen aiding In tbi arrest waa shot
twice by the murderer, who alio ittesnpWd
to explo a bomb to kill himself and bis
cttpton. Block was recently arretted aa
one of the etiapecied aiiinlni ot Police
Commissary Klubeek. Several srreala
were made In conncoilou wltb that crime,
Including Scbaffhauaen, tbe leading So
cialist workman, and William sad Jesapb
Mew fark 'lty.
WHBAT-Februai y fl 06j Mereb
il 0MX; April $1 10; Mir It It; Jen
uary fl IS1.
CoRX-Foliruary lf; Mkreh 621 1
AprllM; May '; January 61.
WuriAT .latmarv HI Hi
91 H; Maa-b W; Mar
CORX-Jartuarv .W, Febru try
March 58; May 58 Juneoetl".
OAT9-Jantiarv 82; February
March 82H; MiT6K.
Wheat arrived steady; com arrived,
quiet but needy. Wheat to arrive oalet,
but flrrnt corn to an tve quiet but itesdy.
Mark Lane Wheat and earn better tone.
Red winter aad California wheat off soul
acd red whiter wheat to arrive advanced Sd.
Country markats quiet. Spot whist steady
with s fair demand. No. s spring Ss;
Western winter 8a 24. Mixed, Western
corn better at 6s Md. Detaaad frsm
trailed Kingdom aad Coatiaeal aseeJeraU
anA tins for wheat and sera.
The Rev. J. E. Resrlos, of Now York, Is
one of tbe most widely-known snd highly
esteem od of Metlindiat nilnistori.
Mr. Beelea tare " I im lmiTNwl Uiat It Is a dntf
I owe to tbrm aftli.4Ml witit Uli.iiui.ti.ni or Nturaf.
tie, to aaj Uiat a renmlr ban I men iliwiovnrixl Uiat Is
inibed a marvxlnus sinvwea. Mr urn wu arMtlv
sHUtad vHth kheiinitllaiu, slid eurlnrwl tnivnnralv
tlMt, a! Uaise, he u uIiIImm) tn have innrliliM In
wiistd Inku ha arm lo rt relief. Hhllnln !liii.
rllUiaa he dlaixivenkl a mnifuly which nwUvi linui..
rtlaie relief, and a ixn-niaiiniilnure. He has alnreiur.
nlsheil It toinaiir nUwawllh Uiaaaine mult. I bse
alto liirBlabixl II to a nmiirmr of iwrwtns aiilTartiir
trith Rhtumatlani, aiul Ilia runilt hen born llnnilll.
relief, anil a rennsumitntim Aiiionanlheni, Iitavnlt
lo K . Wm. V tTiirlaL nuit.'.r ill UiuOiHiran Ht. M. K.
rnrnn, New Haven,Oiiiin.,wliowMtiiirerliisi-naUr
with i tills terrllile iIImm. I will Rive you liU nun
wnHa as wHttm to mir ton, wlnhlnir him lo pulillah
the feM for the bvoetll of oUiere autfarlug with Uie
What Mr. flortilt Nam
. . - .. , "New Haven, July M lm
"Hn Saerlaa, IinarHlr-l wlh tuy forllie lam.
eflliaf all who are euilrninir with liinniuatry IUihii.
piatisui, Utat your iiiMllutne la Inf.lllliUt 1 auiriiiwt
foe two tuotitha Uui linwt emniclaUna Uirtiire i loat
k iwiisila of l.li, aud wsa not out of niy In hi., for
a inonth t I heard of your nunmly, and wu alimwt
lutUuUy mll.wl by II if tlmre U .IIUi f..r .II.
eases ofaiiy kind, yours iiioaltwrialiily la for luflam.
Biatory RLemiialllii lu Its enverwt fortn. '"""
rajrWOwora. HI lt.k. UUuruh. Sew llavau, dim ."
Such is ATiiLoriioiios s tliorouh ami
efBolent cure fur the wont cuacs of llliou
matUm and Neuralgia.
If yon eannnt gal Ath lophobos of your rtnunrK
we will send It eiims paid, on rnwlt of rniular
prloe .otie dollar per bottle. We ureter Uiat you buy
it from yoor druindat, but if he hasn't It, do not be
setsaadeS lo try eotuetblug else, but order at ouoe
rmnt ue te directed.
ITHLOfHOROJ CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
, Tli lbs children to out out and save the omnia
aUhoaewe pictures aa they epiwar from Issue to
Tuey WU1 be pwaeed wltb the onlltotinn.
This spaee Is owned by
Of eon res we mean the famoni animal appearing
oa She label of every genuine package of lllaoa
weil's Bull Durham Bmoklng Tobaom. Every
Staler keeps this, Uie emr Hmoklug Tobaeeomade.
Rone genuine without trade-mark of tbe Dull.
Mannfaiilurer and Dealer n
ttb Stroet, between Ooml A. ui I.ovee.
CHOM BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINU8 OP AMONITION.
Safee Htialred. All Klnrlenl Keve Marin.
la. a. larra.
Grand Central Store.
W. STSATTON, Cairo. T. BIKO. Missouri.
STBATT0N & J5IED,
He. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
sTAseaU American Powder Co.
OMeit In the city; established in 1862.
voa i ave., oetveea via ana tutn Bta,
MA1ITJ FACTUM K A DRALKB IN ALL KINDS
Aaaiaailtoaof all deser 'pn.mi alwava oa band 'at
. . BOTTOM PRICES.
Ctoeral reoairlnc In all kinds of metals. Keva
ef all deeerlptioae nade to order, and satlafactloa
wsrraatee. uive me s can, ana re convinrea ror
reJsetf,atUeegaorthe "BIO GIM."
JOHN A. KOJblHLER,
It-Sat Proprietor, Cairo, 1U.